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Dragon Age: Origins Game Review

Today I want to bring you Dragon Age: Origins game review.

Dragon Age

Dragon Age: Origins is developed by BioWare which is also the successor of the game Baldur’s Gate. Dragon Age: Origin is a 3rd person role-playing game that uses a tactical party-based combat system as the player is faced up in large-scale battles. Like many RPGs, you create a character and have the choice of being a Human, Elf, or Dwarf, but you can also pick the back story of the character of your chosen, that all kind of effects which direction your story will start off as.

Dragon Age: Origins is set in Ferelden, every few hundred years, the darkspawn rises up and swarm the surface known as a Blight from an underground highway system created by the dwarves long ago called the Deep Roads. As the Grey Warden you will have to stop the Blight by gathering up companions and allies.

Dark Spawns

With the Blight fast approaching you are selected as the Grey Warden after passing the dangerous ritual called the Joining. The player, along with another Grey Warden, Alistair travel through Ferelden meeting and gathering companions along the way to help destroy the darkspawns and stop the Blight.

Alistair

Cleamie’s Overall Thought

Bioware done a very very good job with the story as well as the combat system, the graphics are dark and bloody just the way I like them to be. I was truly immersed the game, I was able to learn new spells and skills as my party and I level. I also love the way BioWare make their characters and how you can interact with them, they’re funny but also have a unique story behind them.  Being a MMORPG/RPG fan you get used to the freedom of jumping all over the place most of the time, but Dragon Age: Origin is definitely not a game that gives you freedom to jump around like that.

In my opinion this game is high in replay value and with downloadable contents and expansion pack it should give you a few more hours of extended gameplay. 🙂 I personally played through the game twice and now I want to play through it again.

I feel like it’s truly a game you should try out yourself, maybe I’m trying too hard to not spoil the story for you guys by writing a short review. Forgive me.

I love BioWare, keep up the good work! Looking forward to Dragon Age Inquisition and maybe more Mass Effect?!

I give it 9/10 !

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S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl! The beginning.

S.T.A.L.K.E.RSo.. I recorded S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl about 2 days ago, and I died 2-3 times.. I didn’t realize there isn’t an auto save in the game, I was speechless and just stopped recording without saying anything, I edited the video but I didn’t feel comfortable uploading an half-assed video so I started from scratch just for you guys! I promise I’m not slacking off! 😦

For those who don’t know S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl, it’s a game that came out in 2007 published by THQ (R.I.P), took place in a 2nd nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant where a second nuclear disaster occurred in 2006. “The Marked One” or “Stalker” is the character you’re playing as.. That is an illegal explorer/artifact scavenger. You’re able to trade and talk to the NPCs in game and get “quests”, kind of like an RPG but with a first-person shooter horror flair to it 🙂 Did I mention there are also mutants?

S.T.A.L.K.E.R Mutant!

I’m still learning the game myself but I really like S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl so far, I noticed there were “condition/durability” bar on the weapons which I find it cool makes it just a little bit more challenging. I really like the first-person shooter role playing feel to the game 🙂

I hope you guys had a great weekend, and I would like to thank those who gave me some suggestions and thank you for reading ♥! I’m always open for suggestions as always, trying my best to keep the blog going as often as possible.

Here is S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Shadow of Chernobyl enjoy!